Our school has four houses named after eminent leaders.
Subhash Chandra Bose is known for his militant approach and for his push for socialistic policies.
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was born on 23rd January 1897 in Cuttack in Orissa.He is considered the most influential freedom fighter with extraordinary leadership skills and charismatic orator.
Government of India had decided to celebrate the birthday of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose on 23rd January as "PARAKRAM DIWAS" every year.
Blue colour represents the colour of sky. It is the colour of Infinity and Serenity.
The selfless service and indomitable spirit of our House will grasp the new heights of success.
2.To take care and respect people and environment in context of social, moral, multicultural and spiritual awareness.
3. We will take every opportunity to reward pupils and enhance their self esteem whilst supporting one another in demanding the highest academic and social strands.
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi ( 2 October 1869 – 30 January 1948) was an Indian lawyer and political ethicist who employed nonviolent resistance to lead the successful campaign for India's independence from British rule and in turn inspired movements for civil rights and freedom across the world. He was one of the greatest Indians of all times and is known as the Father of the Indian Nation.
Mahatma Gandhi, as he is known by his followers with reverence, preached the philosophy of non-violence which has become even more relevant today. His commitment to non-violence and Satyagraha (peaceful resistance) gave hope to marginalized sections of India.
He was both a saint and a practical leader. He was simple pure and religious person. He tried hard to raise the distressed sections of the society.He felt for the poor and untouchables.
It's not the man that makes the vision; it's the vision that makes the man.” - Mahatma Gandhi.
Nehru house is the reflection of the ideals of our beloved Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, the First Prime Minister of India, who had true love to share with the children as he believed that these children are the strong foundation of a prosperous and happy nation so full of effervescent youth and this can truly be witnessed in the competitive and enthusiastic spirit of the members of this house.
The importance of Jawarharlal Nehru in the perspective of Indian history is that, he imported and imparted modern values and ways of thinking, which he adapted to Indian conditions. Apart from his stress on secularism and on the unity of India, despite its ethnic and religious diversities, Nehru was deeply concerned with carrying India forward into the modern age of scientific discovery and technological development. In addition, he aroused in his people an awareness of the necessity of social concern with the poor and the outcast and of respect for democratic values.
With these purposes Nehru House has participated in all the Inter House activities organized in Sumeet Rahul School like declamation competition, one act plays ,mathematics quiz etc.
It's been a privilege that Nehru House like all other houses got the opportunity to conduct special assembly on various prominent figures of our country like Shaheed Bhagat Singh Jayanti, Swami Vivekananda birth anniversary and many others.
These practices tend to provide an equal platform to all the students in order to nurture and showcase their inherited talent.
Nehru House has always "Lighted the Way" for the young students so that they gain enlightment.
The House Name is Dedicated to the most reverend Gurudev RABINDRANATH TAGORE He is considered as greatest pioneer figure in modern Indian Renaissance. We look upon him as the source of knowledge and as the inspiration of all noble thought and great idea, although Nobel Prize-winning poet Tagore prioritized poetry, he was a source of inspiration for his notable contributions to literature as a dramatist, novelist, short story writer, and writer of nonfictional prose, especially essays, criticism, philosophical treatises, journals, memoirs, and letters. In addition, he expressed himself as musician, painter, actor-producer-director, educator, patriot, and social reformer.
A man of prodigious literary and artistic accomplishments, Tagore played a leading role in Indian cultural renaissance and came to be recognized, along with Mohandas In 1913, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature for English version of Geetanjali. He was first Indian to get this award. He also founded VishwaBharati university at Shantiniketan. He displayed immense love for the country when he rejected Knighthood in protest against Jallianwalabagh massacre.
Though he left the world on 7th August 1941, but his Ideas and ideals will continue to enlighten our paths for many more years to come
|Mr. RohitSingh||Mr. ManojKulshrestha|
|Mrs. PrernaJain||Mrs. JudithReubalMessy|
|Ms. Shailja Singh||Mrs. Manisha Chauhan|
|House Captain(Seniors)||Tanya Singh|
|House Vice captain||Bhavya Gupta|
|House Captain(Juniors)||Shubh Bansal|